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Prince William made five Cornish scones for Kate, George, Charlotte and Louis during his tour of the Isles of Scilly – and said he also enjoyed a morning bath.


Prince William couldn’t resist picking up the South West’s most famous savory snack during a trip to the Isles of Scilly on Friday – and took home some edible souvenirs for his family.

William, 41, who is known locally as the Duke of Cornwall, arrived at St Mary’s Harbor by boat after traveling from Tresco, one of the smaller islands, this morning.

The prince was clearly in good spirits and shared that he had already enjoyed his morning swim and when he arrived at the seaport, he was seen disembarking from a ship called the Pegasus, which was flying the Duke of Cornwall’s flag.

As he stepped onto the waterfront on the last day of his visit to the Southwest Region, a small cheer erupted from the crowd of onlookers at the port.

Prince William, known as the Duke of Cornwall in the South West, looked as tempted as he was on Friday by the traditional Cornish bagels on sale at The Quay cafe in St Mary’s Harbor as his tour of the Isles of Scilly continued.

Royal, 41, made £27.50 for five scones, one for each family member, as he chatted to cafe workers Joely Dearman, 22, and Zachariah Fox, 28.

Royal, 41, made £27.50 for five scones, one for each family member, as he chatted to cafe workers Joely Dearman, 22, and Zachariah Fox, 28.

Wearing sunglasses as he walked along the shore, the prince donned a brown jacket with matching trousers and his favorite navy chinos.

He welcomed the «gorgeous» weather before walking to the On the Quay cafe, where he bought five traditional bags for £5.50 each.

It was operated by Joely Dearman, 22, and Zachariah Fox, 28, both seasonal workers from North Devon.

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«What’s selling the fastest this morning?» he asked. He said they were pâtés and added: “It smells delicious. It’s running in your mouth.’

Outside, he told tourists lined up to greet him that he wished he could stay. «My family is very upset that I’m here without them,» he laughed. “The kids will kill me if I don’t go home later.

He asked them if they were waiting to catch a ship. ‘We are waiting for you!’ One woman said. «I’m never sure,» William laughed.

The Prince of Wales looked in good spirits as he chatted with local traders during a visit to St.  Mary's Harbour, the sea gateway to the Isles of Scilly.

The Prince of Wales looked in good spirits as he chatted with local traders during a visit to St. Mary’s Harbour, the sea gateway to the Isles of Scilly.

The Prince was due to meet representatives of local businesses on the harbor front of St Mary’s, the largest of the Isles of Scilly.

Administered by the Duchy of Cornwall, the port is considered the maritime gateway to the islands – a key part of the community which relies on the tourism industry.

Handles passengers and vessels traveling to the Isles of Scilly from ‘Tripper Boats’ and sailing training vessels to fishing boats and special cargo vessels.

The sunglasses-wearing prince wore a brown blazer with matching trousers and his favorite navy chinos for the visit.

The sunglasses-wearing prince wore a brown blazer with matching trousers and his favorite navy chinos for the visit.

Smile!  An onlooker snaps a photo of the King as he makes his way to St Mary's docks

Smile! An onlooker snaps a photo of the King as he makes his way to St Mary’s docks

The Duke of Cornwall also said he enjoyed a morning bath before taking a boat trip from neighboring Tresco Island.

The Duke of Cornwall also said he enjoyed a morning bath before taking a boat trip from neighboring Tresco Island.

Meanwhile, on another continent, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle began their 72-hour tour of Nigeria today as the Duke recalled his ordeal following the death of his mother, Princess Diana.

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex met with officials and children at Wuse Lightway Academy this morning, hours after their early morning arrival in Abuja.

Speaking to a group of pupils at the school, supported by the Archewell Foundation, about mental health, Harry mentioned when someone has ‘lost a loved one in your family and you don’t know who to turn to or who to talk to. on’.

The Duke, who was 12 and his brother William 15 when Diana died in Paris in 1997, added that «there is no shame in admitting that today is a bad day».

He also told the children: ‘You can have it, she (Meghan) can have it, I can have it. They can have it. Any of us will probably have it any day.’

The couple arrived together just before 5am after a secret reunion in the VIP Windsor Suite at London Heathrow yesterday after the Duchess had flown in from Los Angeles.

The two boarded an overnight British Airways flight to Abuja, which was slightly delayed after the scheduled pilot fell ill and a replacement had to be called off.

The Sussexes, who visited Nigeria together for the first time, sat in the first class of the Boeing 777 and were separated from other passengers by a curtain.

It comes after Harry said it was «great» to be back in the UK this week to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games. The Duke has been in London since Tuesday to attend events related to the pageant, including a service of thanksgiving.

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